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Enables self-awareness while driving continuous improvement

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  • Old Hickory Boulevard

Service Description

Four (4) day event focused on the people delivering the results. By leveraging a simple, common-sense approach, leaders can see the connection between the power/value of the team and execution excellence. How many times have you heard 'we have all the lean tools in our bag'? The 'tools' are not helpful if you don't understand the connection between improvements in the process and building trust and cohesion in the team. Too often, the deployment of lean drives a wedge between leadership and team members because the focus is solely on the 'improvement' versus the team that has to execute and live in the environment. Even worse, the continuous improvement initiative can be described as a 'headcount reduction' activity - how's that for motivation and trust-building?? Simply put, people-based lean will sustain and thrive where tools-based lean, with little or no regard for the team itself, will falter as soon as upper management's focus shifts. The impact on 'taking responsibility' (accountability) will be immediately evident. Which approach builds trust (the real foundation of any continuous improvement strategy)? Which approach will drive ownership? Ask any leader of an organization where the lean deployment has not delivered what they wanted or failed - ownership or the lack of, will be at the root of the failure. To borrow a phrase from Bill Clinton's Presidential Campaign - it's about the people, stupid! Any improvement activity that isn't rooted in building trust will have a painful death. Let us help you be the leader that drives continuous improvement, builds trust with all stakeholders (including the team), and plants the seed of true, ongoing, team-initiated continuous improvement.

Contact Details

  • 621 Old Hickory Boulevard, Jackson, TN, USA


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